– Photography in Conflict
Deepen your understanding of documentary photography at this Reportage Festival event. Photography in Conflict is an exploration into the changes of conflict photography from the Vietnam War to contemporary times and includes talks by photographers Tim Page, Degree South Collective and Adam Ferguson (VII) as well as a special screening of Saigon ’68, a short film about Eddie Adam’s infamous execution image.
$20/$15 MCA and Reportage Members
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Presented in partnership with Reportage Festival, in association with the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival
Image: Aftermath of the ambush of the 173rd Airborne in the Iron Triangle near Ben Cat (19 dead, 35 wounded in 20 seconds) 1965 ©Tim Page/ Degree South
1 June 2013, 10:00am-5:00pm
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